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Book Exploring the Strategic Value of Intrapreneurs is Reissued with Additional Insight

BOSTON, Mass. -- In celebration of the one-year anniversary of the e-book and paperback launch of "Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why" (ISBN: 978-1734956900; paper), author Susan Foley has announced the book has been reissued with 12 new articles - making it a 310-page exploration of the critical role intrapreneurs play within the business environment. The new version is identified with a blue banner across the lower corner of the book, with updates offering even greater depth into the nuances that separate intrapreneurs from the more traditional employee.

In its first year, "Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why" received an overwhelmingly positive response, with business professionals across the globe gaining helpful insight into the role of an intrapreneur and intrapreneurs themselves better understanding the value they bring to their respective companies. The book has encouraged business leaders to take a closer look at who fits the definition of an intrapreneur within their organizations, and how to strategically leverage their skillset for a business model of the future.

"'Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why' is filled with real-world examples and actionable recommendations to help you understand the talent and competencies required to drive innovations into successful businesses," commented Guillaume Hervé, President of G3point0 Consulting and author of "Winning at Intrapreneurship."

"Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why" defines what an intrapreneur is, the significant impact they have on an organization, and how they are serving as agents of change by rewriting the rules of business. In the book, Foley clearly defines intrapreneurship and chronicles the journeys of intrapreneurs across the globe, helping readers understand their individual paths to success and lessons learned along the way. She demonstrates how they drive innovation, serve as a catalyst for positive change, and how their unique mindset distinguishes them as a valuable asset capable of driving unprecedented business growth.

The newly-reissued version includes an expanded section focused on leadership and the fundamental shift that is happening at the executive level. It takes a candid look at the challenges of being an intrapreneur in the current business climate, explores the operating system that drives them, and defines the strategic value of intrapreneurship and why it should be an area of focus for businesses.

"This book takes a very close look at how businesses of any size can leverage intrapreneurs to create value and generate new revenue growth," said Foley. "I'm proud that 'Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why' has generated buzz around this topic and is helping business leaders take notice and understand how intrapreneurs contribute to a sustainable future."

The updated version of the book is now available for purchase or download on Amazon, at a REDUCED PRICE for a LIMITED TIME: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08B41W14M/

Additional information is available online, at https://corporate-entrepreneurs.com/book/intrapreneurs-who-what-how-and-why/

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New Book Explores Unique World of Intrapreneurs and Their Role in Business Growth

BOSTON, Mass. -- Author and intrapreneurship expert Susan Foley, Managing Partner of Corporate Entrepreneurs LLC, is excited to announce the release of the paperback version of her latest book, "Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why" (ISBN: 978-1734956900).

The new book explores the role of an intrapreneur within businesses, from how they drive innovation and serve as a catalyst for positive change, to how their unique mindset and competencies distinguish them as unconventional assets capable of propelling exceptional business growth.

"Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why" offers perspective on what an intrapreneur is, the significant impact they have on an organization and how they are serving as agents of change by rewriting the rules of business. Throughout 241 pages, Foley defines intrapreneurship and chronicles the journeys of intrapreneurs across the globe, helping readers understand their individual paths to success and lessons learned along the way.

"This book examines the incredible value of having an intrapreneur on the leadership team of any business, and the extraordinary combination of qualities they possess that distinguish them from their peers," said Foley. "Intrapreneurs are leading their organizations into the future with their incredible foresight, critical thinking skills and propensity to take action versus waiting for change to happen."

As Foley explains in her book with research and real examples, intrapreneurs are quickly becoming the new face of leadership in the changing world of business. As an integral member of the internal team, they create new processes that build value through new business ventures, new product launches, new services and more. They thrive on problem solving, consistently leverage technology and address business challenges head-on - seeing every situation as an opportunity to learn and prosper.

Their self-awareness, resiliency and high level of productivity help them see business functions through a different lens, resulting in action and measurable results.

"These individuals are the hidden talent in most organizations, building and refining their skillset over time through experience," Foley said. "This person must be discovered, their talents cultivated, and their skills applied across all business functions. They can - quite literally - turn the impossible into the possible because they're not afraid to try anything. They're more afraid to not try."

"Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why" takes a candid, real world look at intrapreneurship, including the force behind it, nuances, profiles, success factors, aspirations, challenges, value, leadership and the future of the role in business. It's a must-read roadmap for every business leader, helping them understand why this role is important and how to identify their own intrapreneurs for the sake of successfully driving innovation and growth.

"Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why" is the third book by Foley, who has also authored "Acceleration: Changing the Speed of Growth" and "Entrepreneurs Inside."

She is Managing Partner of Corporate Entrepreneurs LLC, a professional services firm that assists businesses with building intrapreneurship as a strategy for new business growth. She is a champion for research on intrapreneurs, helping countless organizations identify their internal intrapreneurs and understand how they are distinguishable from other employees. Her breakthrough research - based largely on direct observation of intrapreneurs around the world - has helped business leaders globally understand the critical need for this role and experience their remarkable contributions.

In addition to being an expert in the field, Foley is an international speaker and taught Corporate Entrepreneurship at Babson College, Executive Education and Social Change at Suffolk University.

The e-book version of "Intrapreneurs: Who, What, How and Why" was released on June 21, 2020, and the new paperback version is now available on Amazon for $19.99.

A comprehensive summary of the book is available online at https://corporate-entrepreneurs.com/book/intrapreneurs-who-what-how-and-why - where visitors will also find additional resources focused on business growth and success.

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